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  1. Works for me.

    Works for me.
  2. I work every Thursday night until at least 1 am....

    I work every Thursday night until at least 1 am. Bartending and such. Basically with enough notice any night but Thursday will work for me because I can request off. If we wait til last minute then...
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    Sticky: Or Wood. Plus, that would have the added...

    Ross is also a 4 letter name. I can live with that one.[/QUOTE]

    Or Wood.

    Plus, that would have the added bonus of nostalgia.
  4. Later at night works better for me too. 8:30 is...

    I second this. Earlier is tougher.[/QUOTE]
    Later at night works better for me too. 8:30 is fine but any earlier might me tough.
  5. At least not this year. I'm good for any...

    This is not a date that exists.[/QUOTE]

    At least not this year.

    I'm good for any nights of the week except Thursdays and Fridays. Wednesday or Sunday is ideal.
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    Sticky: It was a joke, thus the quotation marks. I was...

    Because of the ambiguous nature of your comment I'm going to respond as though you're not making a joke about how stupid the statement 'elitist pessimism' is and say the following, elitism, maybe,...
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    Sticky: Because of the "elitist pessimism."

    Because of the "elitist pessimism."
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    Sticky: Good point haha.

    Well Lester is a good bet to end up as the Cubs best pitcher that gives up the least amount of runs so Ross probably should only catch Lester.[/QUOTE]

    Good point haha.
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    Sticky: Well, to be fair I did call it random variation...

    I think the problem is calling it "luck." People will reject that because it makes an athletic competition seem like a game of chance, or because luck sounds supernatural like fate or whatever. I...
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    Sticky: So, in 2008 which 25 man roster was better? The...

    So, in 2008 which 25 man roster was better? The Cubs or Dodgers. I'll answer for you. It was the Cubs. They were the deepest team in the NL that year. But the Cubs lost. And then the Dodgers lost....
  11. I'm new to this league so what are the settings...

    I'm new to this league so what are the settings and which site does it run through? I would look back at previous years' threads but that's a lot of work and I'm just not very interested in doing...
  12. I'll do it if there's an opening. I'm not as...

    I'll do it if there's an opening. I'm not as regular a poster anymore but you all recognize my name.
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    The Brewers' guys are pretty good, too. Since its...

    The Brewers' guys are pretty good, too. Since its a small market most people don't get to hear them much but they do a good job of not being complete homers and remaining objective. The play by play...
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    Pie was the one who was interfered with on that...

    My favorite "Unprofessional Hawk moment" was when he was arguing that the WS should have had a triple play against the Cubs (when Pagan was on the time) and the play ended up with all three Cubs...
  15. Bingo. It seems like the Tony Gwynns of the...

    Bingo. It seems like the Tony Gwynns of the sports world are the outliers. The Ryan Brauns and Richard Sherman's of the sports world can likely attribute at least some of their success to their...
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    An article I read on The Hardball Times a few...

    An article I read on The Hardball Times a few years back came to the conclusion that lineup protection exists but not in the traditionally expected way. Basically, the idea that pitchers groove more...
  17. I see a very real scenario where Baez starts the...

    Welp, Fowler's never played a Major League game at LF in his life so I'd say the former is pretty unlikely, regardless of the versatility he may have as a (defensively underwhelming) CF.

    Not sure...
  18. I would have absolutely no problem with Gomes...

    The clubhouse leadership is probably the biggest allure. But he is a perfect platoon candidate for LF along with Coghlan.

    Coghlan v. RHP Career: .282/.346/.425, .771 OPS, .338 wOBP, 108 wRC+
    J...
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    I haven't always agreed with gooner but u...

    I haven't always agreed with gooner but u definitely respect him and his opinion because he's way smarter than I am. So I'll donate and watch the **** out of something he's a part of.

    If he and...
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    Cherington is also the same guy who hired Bobby...

    Cherington is also the same guy who hired Bobby ****ing Valentine to be his team's manager. You're quick to point out Theo's mistakes in Boston but aren't giving him any of the credit for the parts...
  21. So, does Bryant get called up this week with Iowa...

    So, does Bryant get called up this week with Iowa out of the playoffs?
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    Poll: This game sucked since it was against the...

    This game sucked since it was against the cardinals, but in the grand scheme of things it's not that big of a deal. I'd rather them finish horribly the rest of the way since the playoffs are...
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    Yeah, as long as the infield is dry they'll play...

    Yeah, as long as the infield is dry they'll play with a wet warning track.
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    Kind of like Dan Uggla.

    He just had a chance with his eyes right, and he put up one of the worst offensive lines in MLB history.

    It's uncannily exactly what you'd expect given his recent performance before this year,...
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    I'm pretty sure he pitched for Italy in the WBC,...

    Not our first either. Not sure if you remember a while back we had Maestri which was I believe one of if not the first Italian born to sign on a ML club.[/QUOTE]

    I'm pretty sure he pitched for...
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